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Tidjane Dème (Partech Africa): “we want to keep developing at a strong pace in 2020”

Tidjane Dème (Partech Africa): “we want to keep developing at a strong pace in 2020”

With a portfolio of €125m ($138m), the investment platform for tech and digital startups in Africa plans to extend its reach across the whole continent.

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            ▪ Tidjane Dème (Partech Africa): “we want to keep developing at a strong pace in 2020”

▪ With a portfolio of €125m ($138m), the investment platform for tech and digital startups in Africa plans to extend its reach across the whole continent.

http://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/801308/tidjane-deme-partech-africa-on-veut-garder-notre-rythme-tres-soutenu-en-2020/

09/12/2019 at 20h56, by Aurélie Benoit, updated 10/12/2019

“2019 is our first full year of deployment which means we have managed to grow more quickly than in 2018 and we plan to remain at this pace next year as well,” Tidjane Dème, General Partner at Partech Africa, told Jeune Afrique Business+.

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